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... South are the three navigable seaways around South America between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
Shortly before 8 a.m. we entered Glacier Alley and sailed by the stunning Romanche glacier followed soon after by the Alemania glacier. Then came the Francia and another “hanging valley” glacier as yet unnamed! The Italia big cascade glacier came into view followed by the Holanda. The sky was clearing all the while, treating us all ...
... profile: all are of course adventerous and did see many parts of the world, and, as you would expect, most were in there second half of life, but there were also a number of people in mid-life and even a small group of backpackers in the begin of their travelling life (apparantly they sell of the last 8-10 open places with huge discounts last minute, so backpackers that happen to be in the area, can jump on board and share a cabin when they have 2 weeks time ...
... cold 'summer,' with rain
falling in and out of the day. Ushuaia reminded me much of some cities I
visited in Alaska several years ago, due to it's surroundings and
temperature. It was gorgeous. Situated right on the Beagle Channel,
with Chile just across the way, and some scattered sailboats and cruise
ships, as well as Argentine naval vessels about the waterfront. We
walked up to the Martial Glacier, as it's called, and had ...
The town of 120,000 is quite prosperous, and has full employment, unlike the rest of the country. The largest industry is assembly of components for tech devices, followed by tourism. It's the first place in S. America that we weren't warned not to wear any jewelry on the streets, and to watch carefully for pickpockets. The guide said that she felt very safe here, and that most people don't even lock their doors!
... I lasted two days of doing nothing and then had to get out! Myself and two girls decided, although heavy snow, we would go for a walk to Glacier Martial. The snow was bad, visibility low and temperatures well below freezing. Probably not the most sensible idea but I was well prepared and we started climbing the pistes. Above the tree line things got worse, wind chill was vicious and the cloud came in until we didn't know which way was up down or sideways. Luckily I had my compass ...